• Amelia Camurati

New Year, New Models: The 10 Most Exciting 2021 Cars, SUVs, and Trucks

Updated: Feb 5

The end of 2020 means both the end of a rough year and the release of new luxury car models and electric vehicles for 2021.


As car enthusiasts ourselves, LLCTLC is excited for a bunch of new cars in 2021. The following models are our top 10, and run the vehicle gamut. Whether it’s luxury, nostalgia, or a superpowered motor, these vehicles are the latest and greatest from the automotive industry next year.



The Best Cars of 2021


After a slow year for the auto industry in 2020, consumers are excited to see what a new year can bring to dealerships and showrooms nationwide.



2021 BMW i4

After years of silence, BMW is finally moving forward with additional members of its “i” family of electric vehicles.


The BMW i4 marks BMW’s third EV and touts an estimated 370-mile range and an 80% recharge in as little as 35 minutes. With 530 horsepower, the BMW i4 sedan can go zero to 60 in about 4 seconds and has a top speed of more than 124 mph.


BMW is working to have a whopping 12 electric vehicles by 2025. The i4 joins the i3 compact, the upcoming iX3, and the future iNext SUV.


This new BMW is expected to start at $50,000


2021 Alfa Romeo Tonale

The Alfa Romeo Tonale subcompact luxury SUV offers a hybrid powertrain system and potentially a plug-in hybrid version, though Alfa Romeo has kept many details with this sleek new model quiet.


We DO know the hybrid system will pair with a turbo inline-four on this electric vehicle. This sleek crossover has the curves and sharp-nosed face of a sports car.


If you’re looking for competition, this luxury SUV is expected to compete with the BMW X1 and Volvo XC40.


This sporty crossover starts at $35,000.


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2021 Ford Bronco


Everyone is talking about the return of the Ford Bronco. This off-roading SUV was first introduced in 1966 and has heaps of nostalgia attached to it. Many people had Broncos for their first car and are jumping at the chance to design one of their own.


And, for the first time ever, there’s a 4-door Bronco!


The new Bronco is based on a fully boxed truck platform and available with two 4-wheel drive systems. The additions of a Terrain Management System, Trail Control, Trail Turn Assist, and Trail One-Pedal Drive will make off-roading safer in this new release.


Starting at less than $30,000, the 2021 Bronco is ready to customize today.



2021 Lexus LC 500


Lexus is adding a convertible to the LC lineup! The 471-horsepower coupe Lexus LC 500